The City provides a wide variety of technological service and programs designed to engage citizens, connect the city, close the digital divide, increase efficiency, and create a sustainable city.

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    City of Boston's Mobile Website

    Check out the mobile version of the City's website formatted specifically for viewing on mobile devices.  Optomized for 5,000+ mobile devices, you can file a taxi complaint, locate a towed car, or find visitor information all at tips of your fingers.

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    Wi-Fi Hot Spots in Boston

    Out and about in Boston? Check out a list of free wi-fi hotspots around the city. 

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    Boston Public Computing Centers

    The Boston Broadband Community Computing Centers are the result of a partnership between the Boston Centers for Youth & Families (BCYF), the Boston Housing Authority (BHA) and the Boston Public Library (BPL). These community-oriented training centers will provide a variety of free workshops and classes in basic computing and new technologies. The centers are located at nearly 50 BCYF, BHA and BPL facilities throughout Boston.

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    Citizens Connect App

    The Citizens Connect App helps residents and visitors to make Boston neighborhoods even better by reporting service issues such as potholes to City government for a quick resolution.

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